Current tests

An easier, faster approach to visual field testing

90 Seconds glaucoma perimetry

16/64 Point neurological perimetry

Tests are easy to understand and perform for children and the elderly
First, the patient is presented with a central target. Subsequently, a peripheral stimulus appears. Then, utilizing eye-tracking, BulbiCAM detects whether the patient looks towards the new spot. The contrast to a counterintuitive eye-brain-hand push button reflex arc is profound.

Saves time for medical personnel
Our visual field assessment for glaucoma takes 90 seconds per eye, on average. The examiner spends less time explaining the procedure to the patient. Because the test is so intuitive, retesting is rarely needed.

Early glaucoma detection
SAP often doesn’t show signs of damage before half of all ganglion cells are lost. This is alarming. Both finished and ongoing studies suggest that eye movement
perimetry recognizes field damage where SAP detects none.

Scientific publications on the methodology

  1. Najiya Sundus Kadavath Meethal et al, Eye Movement Perimetry and Frequency Doubling Perimetry: clinical performance and patient preference during glaucoma screening Glaucoma, Published: 03 April 2019, Graefe’s Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology volume 257, pages1277–1287 (2019)
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  2. Deepmala Mazumdar et al, Effect of Age, Sex, Stimulus Intensity, and Eccentricity on Saccadic Reaction Time in Eye Movement Perimetry, Author Affiliations & Notes Translational Vision Science & Technology July 2019, Vol.8, 13., doi:https://doi.org/10.1167/tvst.8.4.13
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  3. Deepmala Mazumdar et al, Comparison of saccadic reaction time between normal and glaucoma using an eye movement perimeter, Indian Journal of Ohthalmology, DOI: 10.4103/0301-4738.126182
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  4. Deepmala Mazumdar et al, Saccadic reaction time in mirror image sectors across horizontal meridian in eye movement perimetry www.nature.com/scientificreports, (2021) 11:2630 | https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-81762-y
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  5. Deepmala Mazumdar et al, Visual Field Plots: A Comparison Study Between Standard Automated Perimetry and Eye Movement Perimetry, Journal of Glaucoma: May 2020 – Volume 29 – Issue 5 – p 351-361, doi: 10.1097/IJG.0000000000001477
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  6. N. S. Kadavath Meethal et al, Development of a test grid using Eye Movement Perimetry for screening glaucomatous visual field defects, Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 2018; 256(2): 371–379. Published online 2017 Dec 28. doi: 10.1007/s00417-017-3872-x
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Pupillometry and RAPD log measurement

Dynamic pupillometry

Rapid RAPD assessment

Efficient workflow
Detailing pupillary reactions, measuring pupil diameters accurately in darkness and light, and quantifying RAPD is often very time consuming for the clinician.
This test takes less than a minute to perform, and is easily applied by a technician prior to dilation.

Scientific publications on the methodology

Najiya S. K. Meethal et al, A haploscope based binocular pupillometer system to quantify the dynamics of direct and consensual Pupillary Light Reflex www.nature.com/scientificreports, Scientifc Reports | (2021) 11:21090 | https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-00434-z
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Intuitive nystagmography

Rapid, straightforward, and objective characterization of nystagmus
Our nystagmograph captures video at 400 fps and accurately graphs eye movements. In the intuitive interface, direction, amplitude, frequency, jerk/pendular
characteristics, and saccade shape are determined in a minute or two. Eye movements replay at different speeds. Now, disease progression and treatment efficacy are easily monitored.

The interface is proprietary and next-generation. Please be in touch for a demo.

Semi automated ptosis grading

Accurate, effort-saving ptosis grading
Using captured eye images, ptosis measurements are done in seconds.

Ptosis

Screenshot from a previous version of the ptosis test. The design is soon finalised, please check back soon.